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That would be perfect timing for gamers to prepare for the new Xbox hardware, which is expected to hit shelves before the end of the year to challenge Sony's PS4.
Likely changes to the Xbox 360 dashboard may include darker and lighter themes compared to the system's current Metro interface, according to The Verge.
The dashboard update will be slowly rolling out today for all Xbox 360 users and will coincide with the release of Xbox Music.
Diehard Xbox 360 gamers will be glad to hear that a new update for the Xbox 360 Dashboard is available.
The update is not geographically based according to Major Nelson and everyone will get the update.
The update brings with it some new features like ESPN on Xbox Live.
Jennifer Puzio-Brookes, an Entertainment Manager for Xbox, showed off the update in a behind-closed-doors session, and it seemed to include all of the major features promised in Microsoft's E3 press conference.
Puzio-Brookes mentioned that a public beta will be released "middle-towards-end of October." Like the last dashboard update public beta, this one will include invites to certain members of the Xbox community.
The company has consistently released a public beta of its dashboard updates in the summer in an effort to test and hype the changes that become public in the fall.
The new browser is based off of IE9, but is designed with a TV screen in mind, so text and windows are larger than the desktop version.
Obviously, typing still sucks if you don’t have a chatpad for your Xbox 360 controller, but that’s not uncommon.
The next Xbox 360 dashboard update, which will include Facebook, Twitter and Last.
FM integration, is going into public beta later this month, according to a Microsoft representative at today's Microsoft Open House event in New York City.
The Xbox 360 dashboard update for 2013 is meant to help gamers transition over to the next-generation Xbox, according unnamed sources who talked with The Verge.